Webcomic artists uses version control software to produce automated "making of" videos of his workflow

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6 Responses to “Webcomic artists uses version control software to produce automated "making of" videos of his workflow”

  1. A decade or so ago, the young geeks would ask what the hottest areas of IT would be and I always said, “security and change mgt. Learn and gain experience in either and you’ll always be able to find work.” 

  2. idiotbox says:

    Awesome. I would love to do this, except for all the time it’d take to edit out my intermittent xtube visits.

  3. This is absolutely the geekiest thing I’ve heard of in ages. In all the right ways.

  4. Cohencide says:

    We are totally going to do this for  our webcomic.  But if it’s a video of a webcomic I think it needs a new name.  So instead of Mallville Rules I guess we’ll call it Mallville Rocks and Rules? Well I can work on that. 

  5. Seg says:

    When I was doing undergrad work at Emerson College, I was making a video game in a sea of film students. What always got me was all of the film students doing work in screenplays, editing project files, and the like and the lack of version software to fit these needs. Of course there were tools out there, but the clients are geared towards programming, not artists. All of which I see as a GUI issue rather than an engineering issue.

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